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A Whidbey man gets to work in Freeland by paddleboard — weather permitting.
There are six positions that will not be appearing on the ballot because no one filed for them.
Since April 2020, Betty Lade has sewn over 2,300 masks that people are wearing all over the country.
Langley is convening a new volunteer-led committee focusing on confronting climate change.
A state official has changed his tune about a bear who scared a teenager on South Whidbey.
Ferry riders have created websites and apps dedicated to navigating the routes of travel.
Dan Pedersen, who battled Hodgkin’s lymphoma for several years, passed away the evening of July 30.
Performances will continue through Sept. 12.
Department of Wildlife official says it’s possible, but more likely coyote feces.
Langley is strongly encouraging businesses to require that their employees and customers mask up.
A photo on social media of a rabbit with an arrow piercing its skin turned heads this week.
Ten elected positions in Island County remained without candidates after the regular filing period.
Sue Johnson and her 3-year-old grandson, Mikkel Brown, search for seashells at Clinton Beach Park on Wednesday.… Continue reading
The dock has undergone unsuccessful repairs and was in danger of floating away altogether last fall.
The new building addition will help community members navigate Whidbey’s various social services.
Advocates feel not enough thought went into improving the new terminal’s accessibility problems.
The drivers of two vehicles that collided in South Whidbey Saturday were not seriously injured.
More than four dozen lads and lasses from South Whidbey are part of the Rampant Kilt Society.
Langley will participate in studies on speeding on Sixth Street and affordability of utility rates.
In Monday’s meeting, the idea to do a pilot project for a dog park fetched the council’s attention.